Weaponizing the semiconductor supply chain could end up shooting the U.S. in the foot.
Faced with an economic crisis, China’s government has put reform back on the agenda. But will it follow through this time?
The new law could actually lead to more listings by high-quality Chinese private-sector firms. And when that happens, everyone wins.
For the first time, ordinary Americans fear for their economic and physical survival because of political repression in a distant land.
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On transnational issues like Covid-19 and climate change, power should be a positive-sum game.